NISRA weekly provisional death statistics, which are based on death registration information collected by the General Register Office, count all deaths where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate by the doctor who certified the death, whether or not COVID-19 was the primary underlying cause of death.
A Freedom of Information (FOI) response relating to post codes of the COVID-19 related deaths in Northern Ireland has been published. Figures relate to deaths mentioning COVID-19 on the death certificate, registered up to 29th May 2020.
COVID-19 Deaths and Excess Mortality
The death registration information has also been used to produce additional pieces of analysis relating to the current pandemic.
The first bulletin contains analysis of all COVID-19 related deaths that occurred (based on the date of death) in Northern Ireland in the 11-month period between 1 March 2020 and 31 January 2021, including age-standardised rates of COVID-19 related deaths. The second bulletin provides provisional statistics on excess mortality (deaths above expected levels) in Northern Ireland from March to December 2020. Both bulletins provide breakdowns by age, sex and different geographical areas including Local Government Districts, area deprivation and urban/rural residence.
A further bulletin was published on pre-existing conditions of Covid-19 related deaths from March to November 2020, that is, any mention on the death certificate of a condition that pre-dated or was independent of Covid-19.
International Perceptions of NI's response to COVID-19
A report on the International Perceptions of NI's response to COVID-19 has been published. This report is based on responses to the Anholt Ipsos Nation Brands Indexsm Survey, covering the response to healthcare crises and comfort with travelling to NI in the next 5 years.
NISRA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Opinion Survey
On 20 April 2020, a new NISRA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Opinion Survey designed to measure how the COVID-19 pandemic was affecting peoples’ lives and behaviour in Northern Ireland was launched. NISRA carries out its Coronavirus (COVID-19) Opinion Survey as a weekly survey with the questionnaire being refreshed every four weeks. Results are published periodically and are based on interviews carried out with members of the public.
Department of Health Daily Dashboard
NISRA statisticians within the Department of Health have introduced a daily dashboard of statistics relating to COVID-19, covering a range of issues of public interest during the pandemic.
Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Labour Market
The COVID-19 related analysis page provides links to analysis relating to the impacts of COVID-19 on the NI labour market published in response to user requests or as part of a wider ONS publication.
Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the economy
The Quarterly Business Survey (QBS) provides early indicators of the output of the Northern Ireland economy. Statistical publications from the QBS include:
Department of Health COVID-19 Statistics
Department of Health have published COVID-19 Health Statistics which include coronavirus related health inequalities, mobility reports and temporary information reports covering Children’s Social Services, Hospital Waiting Times and Emergency Waiting Times. They have also published several one-off management information releases including Admissions to HSC Trust Hospitals.
Department of Health have also published findings and analyses from the COVID-19 Infection Survey in Northern Ireland, which includes the latest antibody data for Northern Ireland.
Business Services Organisation COVID-19 Management Information and Experimental statistics on PPE items
Business Services Organisation has published BSO Ad Hoc Analysis covering the impact of COVID-19 on Dental, Ophthalmic and Pharmacy activity.
Experimental statistics on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) which have been issued to the Health and Social Care (HSC) Services in Northern Ireland has been published. The publication presents the latest available number of core PPE items and COVID-19 impacted products which have been delivered by the Procurement and Logistics Service to the HSC system in NI, from the BSO central distribution centre.
Driver and Vehicle Agency Monthly Tests Conducted Statistics
The statistics reported within the Driver and Vehicle Agency Monthly Tests Conducted Statistics include provisional headline volumes of vehicle, driver, and theory tests conducted each month. Trend series from April 2014 onwards are provided for comparison.
Police Recorded Crime in Northern Ireland
PSNI has published an exceptional release presenting Police Recorded Crime Statistics at Northern Ireland level, covering the changes in crime levels experienced since COVID-19 lockdown measures were introduced on 23 March 2020. This bulletin was first published on 6 May with the final bulletin in the series published on 17 June 2020. The monthly update publication schedule, which resumed on Thursday 25 June 2020, will incorporate some aspects from this exceptional release.
Management Information on Domestic abuse calls
PSNI has published an exceptional release presenting Management information on domestic abuse calls received by PSNI since the COVID-19 lockdown measures were introduced on 23 March. The last in the series of exceptional releases on domestic abuse calls received by PSNI will be published on 18 February 2021.
Management information surrounding key benefit areas
Department for Communities has published Management information surrounding key benefit areas impacted by COVID-19, namely Universal Credit, Jobseeker’s Allowance and Discretionary Support.
Management Information relating to Pupil and Workforce Attendance at educational settings
Weekly Management information on attendance in schools in Northern Ireland since the start of the new academic year have been published to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on pupil and workforce attendance.
ONS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Webpage
The latest ONS data and analysis on coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK.
GOV.UK Coronavirus (COVID-19) statistics
Coronavirus (COVID-19) statistics and analysis on the GOV.UK website relating to the coronavirus pandemic in the UK.